Pranab Choudhury is a practicing researcher and consultant in the areas of natural resources management and governance, with two decades of experience. He works on inter-disciplinary issues around forest, land, water and livelihoods in India, Nepal and Bangladesh..
Mr. Choudhury’s land engagement includes coordination of implementation of Land Governance Assessment Framework (LGAF) for World Bank in Odisha, conducting action research on women land rights, tribal rights, forest rights with local and global agencies. He has founded and coordinates Center for Land Governance. CLG organizes India Land and Development Conference every year in to bring together land actors to engage in and attempt to change land conversations. Mr. Choudhury is actively associated with many professional and civil society networks, research institutions and has widely traveled.
Mr. Choudhury was a recipient of Vasant Rao Naik Award for Research Application in Agriculture in 2002 of Indian Council of Agriculture Research.